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of an ancient stream on mars. >>> and circular sensation. new york city makes plans for the world's largest ferris new york city makes plans for the world's largest ferris wheel. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> hello and good morning. i'm lynn berry. and today we begin with the red line. israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu has told the united nations that the world has until next summer to stop iran from building a nuclear weapon. the white house reacted by saying the u.s. shares israel's goal of stopping that from happening but so far it has refused to set an ultimatum. nbc's danielle leigh reports. >> reporter: from a fight over the west bank to fears about iran's nuclear program, israeli's prime minister benjamin netanyahu spoke under pressure before the united nations. >> today a great battle is being waged. >> reporter: just one day after iran's president mahmoud amadinejad spoke, he netanyahu delivered an ultimatum. >> a red line should be drawn right here before, before iran completes the second stage of nuclear enrichment necessary to make a bomb. >> reporter
: thanks, good evening from new york city. barack obama came to the u.n. primarily, of course, as president, but also as a candidate in a tough reelection fight. president obama aimed his u.n. speech at american voters and at most muslims who he said do not hate. >> i would like to begin today by telling you about an american named chris stevens. >> reporter: the u.s. diplomat who loved libya, but who was murdered there. his u.s. consulate in benghazi burned. >> there are no words that excuse the killing of innocents. there is no video that justifies an attack on an embassy. >> reporter: there was no sympathy from the president. but he called for a deeper look into the root causes of anti-u.s. muslim rioting, and demanded that muslim leaders do more now. >> it is time to marginalize those who even when not directly resorting to violence use hatred of mercator west or israel as the central organizing prine iie of politics. >> reporter: iran's president, ahmadinejad yesterday called for the elimination of israel. >> make no mistake, a nuclear armed iran is not a challenge that can be containe
saying she had to attend a city council meeting. the mayor said she will be ated to's deposition. >>> oakland police are looking for the suspect of a deadly shooting that happened crust before 9:00 last night about a block away there the oakland coliseum station. police say the victim was transported to the hospital where he died. >>> time now 7:10. congresswoman barbara lee holds an evented to at 11:00 a.m. it is one of several congressional black kaw would you -- caucus events statewide. requiring new laws requiring voters to show photo id to vote. critics say the new requirements would really effect minority students and the elderly. >>> the bill that was just signed by governor jerry brown would allow california people to vote on election at the same time right now, an eligible resident has to register at least 15 days before an election. the measure becomes law january 1st, but it could be delayed for a year or so while a state- wide voter data base is created. >>> 7:11. close calls on the runway. the f a a releases just how many near-misses. >>> why some say a big shortage
of the big cities in the east. right now we're not really seeing too many problems on the storm tracker radar. yesterday we didn't see all that many nasty storms. what's going to happen is the weather pattern is going to change. we have a big area of low pressure that's going to be moving down from the north and swing a cold front through the northern plains. today will be in the 80s. enjoy today. temperatures will take a big dip. it will track across the border of the u.s. and canada. behind it the coolest air of the season. many areas if you haven't had a frost or freeze yet, you will, including colorado. there's a potential that some areas could see snow in the northern rockies, maybe some spots of colorado as we go throughout friday into saturday. today you're in the 80s in areas of montana. tomorrow will be the 40s. enjoy it in minneapolis. the warmest day you'll have. middle of the country looks gorgeous. numerous showers on the eastern seaboard. you do need the umbrella in many of the areas if you live in the east. here's a look at the weather outside your window. chance of showers and
weather. savannah? >> all right, al. president obama, governor romney both in new york city today to speak at the clinton global initiative, and the president will also deliver an address to the united nations general assembly. governor romney will drop by nbc's education nation summit. chuck todd is nbc's political director, chief white house correspondent. you come with your telestrator today. >> i do, i do. >> let's talk about the state of the union in terms of the battleground map. we know 270 is the magic number. >> right. >> where do things stand? >> right now we have the president at 243 here, and what that means is we've got states adding up 243 electoral votes. it 70, of course, is the magic number. what we've recently moved was the state of iowa, and that put him at 243. what's interesting here, savannah. he now needs only a couple of states, a couple of the big states, big three that i talk about all the time, ohio, florida, virginia, just a couple of ways and he gets over the finish line. >> we talk about ohio. it's usually a bellwether, a couple of scenarios to run through her
. >>> and finally, the big apple is planning to add another big tourist attraction. there it is. new york city officials release an artist rendering of a 625 foot ferris wheel. it will overlook the city skyline from staten island and carry over 1400 passengers at a time at a cost of $230 million, the ride is expected to be the largest in the world and is slated to begin turning in 2015. >>> and now for a look at your national weather, we turn to bill karins. he has your weather channel forecast. good morning to you, bill. we're going to add a new segment. you have to tell us the weather that high up. to a niche audience. >> a little bit windier. >> i would imagine so. happy friday. >> happy friday you to. a little rainy throughout new england this morning. actually improve over the weekend. it's going to rain, let it happen on a friday, work and school day. the weekend will clear out a little bit. the rain is heaviest now moving through the hudson valley of new york, just north of new york city and pushing through the birkshires and central connecticut. down towards philadelphia and d.c., ther
's great to be with you. host: you are in the midst of a 100-city tour that you tell me is running through election day. where are you at this point in the tour, and how many more cities do you have? guest: well, i think i'm at c-span right now, although it is a little confusing. last night i was at the university of virginia in charlingtsville. today we'll be at the washington convention center, the green fest tonight. baltimore book fest. tomorrow, richmond, virginia, at noon. and then in the evening i'll speak in norfolk. then on monday night, we'll be at virginia tech, which is very interesting, going back to the scene of the massacre. i'll be speaking there, you know, 32 people were killed there. and colin goddard is coming with us. he was one of those victims. he was shot four times. i'm also looking forward to interviewing a professor there. and then we're on to colorado for the big debate. we're going to be doing something interesting. we're both speaking on the silent majority election 2012 tour, but also we do this daily, radio and television broadcast that airs on over 1,100 sta
romney both in new york city today to speak at the clinton global initiative, and the president will also deliver an address to the united nations general assembly. governor romney will drop by nbc's education nation summit. chuck todd is nbc's political director, chief white house correspondent. you come with your telestrator today. >> i do, i do. >> let's talk about the state of the union in terms of the battleground map. we know 270 is the magic number. >> right. >> where do things stand? >> right now we have the president at 243 here, and what that means is we've got states adding up 243 electoral votes. it 70, of course, is the magic number. what we've recently moved was the state of iowa, and that put him at 243. what's interesting here, savannah. he now needs only a couple of states, a couple of the big states, big three that i talk about all the time, ohio, florida, virginia, just a couple of ways and he gets over the finish line. >> we talk about ohio. it's usually a bellwether, a couple of scenarios to run through here. i think this one shows if president obama takes ohio. >> we
, president obama and governor romney both in new york city to speak at the the clinton global initiative. governor romney will drob by nbc's education summit. chuck todd is the nbc's political director. you koom with your telestrator today. >> i do. >> let's talk about the state of the union in terms of the battleground map. we know that 270 is the magic number. where do things stand right now? >> we have the president at 243. states adding up to 243 electoral votes, 270 is the magic numb. what we've recently moved was the state of iowa. that put him at 243. what's interesting here, it means he now only needs a couple of states. a couple of the big states, big three that i talk about all the time. ohio, florida, virginia, a couple of ways and he gets over the finish line. >> we talk about ohio, it's usually a bellweather. you have a couple of scenarios to run through. i think this one shows if president obama takes ohio? >> we do. let me show you what happens when we give him ohio. watch how close he gets to 270. it gets him to 261 here. and now, that means what? there's about four diffe
. >>> a story uncovered by abc2 is the hottest story. she made her big move to new york city. her family paid up to $900 to move her stuff but the movers wanted more even though she had a binding contract. joce sterman is working for you. this is something is that folks shouldn't have to deal with in addition to the stress of moving. >> reporter: there are laws to protect you when you move. they vary from state to state. if you don't know your rights, are a giving movers a chance to take you for a ride. 25-year-old lauren richardson's move to new york city had a rocky start eye was determined to move in, get settled and have a life. >> reporter: lauren said she had nothing for the first two months because she claims her maryland mover paid her stuff hostage we they added fees. lauren knew her rights and the law and that's what eventually helped her get her stuff back after months of hounding the company but many people go into their moves without the information they need. >> you want to trust the company. >> reporter: but the maryland motor truck association said trust with movers should beened
in the healthy hunger free kids act of 2010. >>> teenage girls in new york city will soon be able to get the plan "b" emergency contraception pill at their high schools and without their parents' consent. it's often referred to as the morning after pill. the city's department of education says girls as young as 14 will be able to get it as part of a pilot program at 13 public schools. parents have been notified about the pilot program and how their daughters can opt out of it. the city says it supports the idea because about 7,000 girls get pregnant by the time they're 17. new york city schools already distribute free condoms to students. >>> today is todd akin's last chance to withdraw from the race for senate in missouri. the republican congressman is vowing to continue on in his campaign. gop leaders have asked him to pull out of the race after he angered millions of people about mments about pregnancies caused by rape. akin is looking to defeat incumbent claire mcaskill. she's ahead in most polls. >>> the navy will honor the late astronaut neil armstrong by naming a research vessel in his hon
in 10 subway stations around the york city. the ad reads -- it was sponsored by the pro- israeli group american freedom defense initiative, which is also known for opposing the creation of a muslim community center near ground zero. on monday, the council on american islamic relations visit in new york subway station where the ads were being displayed. >> i have mixed feelings about it. it is disgusting, despicable. i laugh to laugh as well. the use of the words savage is classic. just being out here and didn't public about our fate and city, we're trying to unify rather than divide. -- just being out here in public about our faith and city, where turned unify rather than divide. >> new york city transit authority to the to block the ad, but a federal judge deemed it protected speech. the ads, and its global protest over a u.s.-made anti-islam found that mocks the prophet mohammed. new evidence has emerged in the case of a pennsylvania death row convict convicted of murdering his sexual abuser. terry williams is scheduled to be executed next week for the 1984 murder of amos norwood. no
item taken off the menu in new york city. >>> and then a little later on, we'll help you get through airport security, but without long lines. >> and up next, a local man's journey with a rare disorder that can cause his body to blow up and swell at any moment. why he has more hope for a normal life now than ever. >>> in tonight's health alert, we highlight a capitol hill man who struggles every day with a very rare genetic disorder that could be deadly. certain triggers cause his body to expand and swell. when you see it, it may remind you of the comic book character, the incredible hulk. >> if i catch a ball the wrong way or exert too much pressure on my hands, it will swell up to the point where you can't grab a pen. >> imagine living life every day knowing that at any time, your world could literally transform. >> i had an attack in the spring. it was june. it is very rare. it's estimated 1 in 10,000 realistically, 1 in 70,000. >> 70-year-old david lund of capitol hill lived that life for years. certain triggers like stress, fatigue, and sudden movement can cause his body to
paid a flat $1500 tax. now, the city is implementing the sales tax act and food trucks are no longer immune. they have to charge 10% on every sale. the tax went into effect yesterday and while most customers weren't happy about the extra fee, it didn't seem to impact the number of people lining up for for food. >>> a new parking plan to d.c. it would preserve spaces for disabled drivers. under mary cheh's plan, all drivers would have to pay to park but about 10% would be red in color and reserved for the disabled drivers. it is expected to cut down on fraud. >>> coming up next, we'll go live to fox business network in new york and find out what your dream reveal about what is going on at work. >> can't wait to hear what that is all about. as we go to break, if you can't sleep, it may be costing your employer. a new study says insomnia is to blame for about 247,000 mistake on the job each year. of a he had like half of those just this morning, adding up to about $30 billion in losses. >> we'll be right back. -- i've had like half of those just this morning. "a magic clock." okay, momm
is not based on any big city in milwaukee, so he could pretty much say what he wanted and his constituency did not watch c-span. they did not really know the guy. but they know him now. warm hughere's no there. i'm in the age group where it will not affect me if he puts his plan. but i do have done a siblings. my husband has done a siblings and it will affect them. they're in their '40's. one more call from j.c. in missouri, a republican. caller: i want ryan to be vice president. he is going to support mitt romney very good. we have to remember they are christians an. we are going to take back america. we are responsible, because you look at the president and the vice-president, the vice president is not helping the jewish people. the president is putting us in debt. our grandkids will not come out of this. host: thanks for the 25 calls. after all that, there is this tweet -- that's the end of that segment. coming up next, jess bravin will join us for the opening of the supreme court term, which starts today, which cases will be at the top of the dogged and what the teams will be. -- the top o
. he arrived yesterday in new york city. the first thing he did, he went to sit down not with world leaders but with the ladies of the view. the president will not be sitting down with any world leaders during the u.n. which is extremely rare. last year he had 13 meetings. so critics are accusing the president of putting his reelection efforts ahead of diplomacy but jed white house spokesman jay carney said the president is hosting two receptions for world leaders during the unand he speaks with them on the phone all the time. >> the fact of the matter is the president does not wait for an annual meeting to have consultations with foreign leaders and they will continue. >> reporter: the. is expected to focus -- the president is expected to focus much of his speech today on this man iranian president mahmoud ahmadinejad. mr. obama will say the u.s. will do what it must to make sure iran will never obtain a nuclear weapon. this comes after ahmadinejad's speech yesterday at the u.n. in which he called israel -- [ no audio ] >> kristin fisher is live near the white house this morning. >
. >> i normally feel safe around here. i'm not in the city or anything, so that's a little bit terrifying. >> something's got to be done. i mean, it's definitely uncalled for. it's not okay. >> american university sent an e-mail to students to alert them about the attacks. the university is asking students to walk in groups and only in well-lit areas. >>> today marks the tenth anniversary of the beltway sniper killing spree. the first happened in a parking lot in wheaton, maryland. ten were killed and three wounded in a three-week stretch that terrified the d.c. area. police arrested muhammad and malvo. muhammad was executed and malvo is serving a life sentence without the possibility of parole. >>> northwest washington is remembering a prominent local professor killed in a freak accident. rhett was killed when a car jumped the curb while he was walking his dog. the driver had a medical emergency. he was a history professor and a fixture in the penn quarter neighborhood. >> the mayor of penn quarter is what i would call him. he would be out on his rounds checking on things and checking on
what he's like as a debater. >> governor romney, was new york a sanctuary city? >> absolutely. called itself a sanctuary city. in fact, in the welfare reform act president clinton brought forward said they were going to end the sanctuary policy of new york city, the mayor actually brought a suit to maintain its sanctuary city status. >> it's unfortunate, but mitt generally criticizes people in a situation in which he's had far the worst record. for example, in his case, there were six sanctuary cities. he did nothing about them. there was even a sanctuary mansion at his own home, illegal immigrants were being employed. not, not being turned in to anybody or by anyone. >> you're still wearing a red tie, by the way. different tie, though. >> hope so. my wife would be very upset. >> not to debate that particular issue but what's he like as a debater? >> he's a good debater. i think 11 debates i did with him. he didn't lose any of them. a few of them he won. a couple he won really well. i don't remember him ever making a big mistake, the kind of mistake that can live after you which is th
take a look at a wet times square in new york city. i'm in chicago this morning, but with us in new york city wh willie geist, our national affairs editor for "new york" magazine andnbit analyst, john heilemann. also former treasury official and "morning joe" economic analyst steve ratner and nbc news chief affairs correspondent and ht of "andrea mitchell reports." >> we have affairs. >> andrea mitchell. aninasto f "the politico playbook," executive executor jim vandehei. of course, willie, we've got a lot to talk about. let's start really quickly with the refs! >> they're back. >> we've got some breaking news. y,'s veryxc bseu, little she's 9 years old. she plays in the soccer league. and the parents have had to ref over the past couple weeks because those guys have gone off to the nfl, but it's taken care of now. >> that's great news. >> drilled down deep. a few hours ago,hel a referees union announced they have reached a tentative agreement that will end the lockout and bring the original -- the regular officiating crews back to the field. and it starts tonight. quick turnaround.
for it. the president arrived in new york city yesterday afternoon and he went straight for a sitdown not with world leaders but with the ladies of the view. in fact, the president will not be sitting down with any world leaders during the u.n. which is extremely rare. last year he had 13 meetings with world leaders during the u.n. so critics are accusing the president of putting his reelection efforts ahead of diplomacy but jay carney pointed out the president is hosting two receptions for world leaders during the u.n. not to mention he speaks with them on the phone all the time. >> the fact of the matter is the president does not wait for an annual meeting to have consultations with foreign leaders and they will continue. >> reporter: the president is expected to focus much of his speech on this man, iranian president mahmoud ahmadinejad. mr. obama says the u.s. will do whatever it takes to make sure iran will never obtain a nuclear weapon. now, the president's speech is going to come just one day after ahmadinejad's speech in which he called israel a nuclear armed fake radio jeep t
because it is such a hot-bunt issue right now. >> poppy harlow live from new york city this morning. >>> let's go to detroit now and jimmy hoffa, buried under giants stadium, thrown in a florida swamp or dismembered by the mob there are numerous rumors thought about the death of jimmy hoffa but quo soon have a better idea of exactly where his body is or isn't. police say a credible tip has led them to this home in roseville, michigan. that's suburb of detroit investigators will test the soil under a concrete slab for human remains. hoffa was last seen in detroit way back in 1975. reporter kim russell from our affiliate wxyz in detroit joins us now by phone. how did police get this tip? >> reporter: good morning, carl. yes, good morning. the "detroit free press" got a call from a man claiming to be the tipster, he told -- they got a call from a man claiming to be a tipster and he told them that he is elderly and lives out of state, that he is suffering from a terminal illness and he wanted to give police this information before he died. he told authorities that he was interested in a
mitt romney. >> mark halperin? >> two events here in the city, at the global initiative, talked about america's role in the world, then he did an education nation interview with brian, very good. showed the fact that he's a policy guy, that he cares about issues. but that mitt romney does not get very much attention. and he doesn't put it on display very often. and it's now -- the thing he has to become is a fighter. he has to have people like joe scarborough look at him every day on the trail, every day, every event and say, he's fighting for the party. he's fighting for the country. he's fighting to turn the country around. i don't see that. but if he doesn't become that before the first debate and in the first debate, it's going to be very hard to keep the party together behind him. >> again, time's running out. october 2nd is early voting in ohio. you've got the first debate coming up. you've got people like karl rove. karl rove every day. and that's the guy i would be looking at if i were mitt romney. not just mitt romney but all of us should look at karl rove. what's karl doing
magazines all around the set. joshua green. in new york city msnbc and "time" magazine senior political analyst mark halperin and also the cohost of cnbc's "street signs" brian sullivan. we have a lot to talk about. mark halperin, if you're just waking up and you don't want to read the newspapers, it's friday. you want to get ready to watch nfl games where they actually get the calls right and you just want to read one paragraph. that's why i'm here. i'm sort of the cliff notes for you today. mark, i want you to respond to this. charles krauthammer and "the washington post." charles, the patron saint of conservatives. the headline "go large, mitt." listen to this line. it makes you think how far ahead romney would be if he were actually running a campaign, but his unwillingness to go big, to go for the larger argument, is simply astonishing. and, mark, charles goes on to say what many conservatives have said over the past several weeks. he's behind and he continues to play small. >> he does, and he continues to have days that don't really amount to much. yesterday they had a sort of a v
nominee will hold a rally in the city of derry in just a few hours. meanwhile, vice president biden is in the battleground state of florida. he's going to attend a campaign event in fort myers this morning. on friday he met with seniors at a retirement village in boca raton. >> governor romney's plan goes into effect it can mean that everyone, every one of you, would be paying more on -- taxes on your social security. >> michelle obama is encouraging young voters to get to the polls. like right now. the first lady spoke to college students in iowa friday, urging them to go into nearby early voting booths to cast their ballots. >> you got a whole month to make it happen. a whole month to vote! as i tell my children, don't procrastinate. no procrastination. make it happen. do it today. >> joining me now, political reporter for "the washington post" felicia somnez and white house correspondent for the hill, amy barnes. good morning. >> good morning. >> so, amy, i'm going to start with you. on libya, earlier this week the president said on "the view" that he thought it was an act of ter
the country. and keys to the city sold, locks smith sold a ring to an undercover reporter. a dream come true to potential terrorists, elevators, open subway gates, and access to 1 world trade center, he reportedly stole them for a measley 150 bucks and reported will i still has more keys he's trying to sell. well, miss one school lunch payment and you get the hard boiled egg special. that's the new rule at a new jersey school district. a student at two schools owes 3.10. they only get a hard bold egg, crackers and carton of milk for lunch, instead of a full meal. that was not announced until the first day of classes, they've not yet commented. >> alisyn: i think that's great, a great punishment. >> dave: yeah, you'd probably take that punishment. >> alisyn: i could happily-- >> and nothing worse, i mean, hard boiled eggs. and i don't like within 12 feet. >> alisyn: breakfast, hard boiled egg, sounds good. >> horrible. you have the mayonnaise. >> i snuck it to my wife in this chicken salad sandwich, i'm hungry, i'll eat it. >> dave: nasty. the debate on wednesday, the first presidential debat
in this city, finally because of the o.j. verdict we got there,by got giuliani by enforcing criminal laws, despite being called a racist throughout his tenure. white guilt has produced mistake after mistake including the 2008 election when more whites voted for obama than voted for a democrat for a decade. >> sean: under rudy giuliani, 600,000 fewer people -- by the way, there are more -- in terms of actual numbers there are more whites than blacks on food stamps, etc., but we have 15 million unde. under giuliani and republicans, opportunity increases for everybody. >> and they're less likely to be killed. it's a lie by liberals, not black people. they're up to their old tricks again. they've been doing this from the philadelphia speech to the southern strategy. southern strategy was a landslide strategy. an important chapter in the book i point out we never did win the goldwater states. we won the south once the dixiecrats died out. >> sean: remember hillary clinton, we got a right to disagree, screaming. >> yes. >> sean: now you point out that it was patriotic then, but now dissent is r
the city. >> how about in terms of the political campaign? we now have, i don't call them conservatives. there is thos suggesting romney is mismanaging the catch yain. and you wanted mitt romney and got him. this is a great vice presidential candidate. it's neck and neck. maybe different in swing states. some people are finder pointing and as if election day happened. >> and that is why they're not talking about bengazy. and because mitt romney gave a statement because of health care, that is being decided. >> this is almost as crazy as saying obama's golfing reminds people of tiger woods. but that is supposed to be racist. and this is like the whitest sport other than possibly polo. >> we've got to take a break. the racial demo dgs gogery from the left. more on ann coulter. the president's one on one with 60 minutes. voters should treat this like an exit interview and some crucial questions are nothing short of shocking. and believe it or not, roseanne bar didn't know she's running for president. there are outrageous tweets and she'll tell us why socialish is the answer, we'll get to t
is mother bloomburg is called in new york city, mother bloomburg. >>neil: i have heard "mother" but there are other words attach to that. >>judge napolitano: because his efforts it regulate private behavior. the government gets all of its powers from the consent of the governed. we have never could be scented to allow any government to tell us what to eat in our homes. for the department of agriculture to take their authority to regulate the movement of food and interstate commerce and claim that it somehow has the authority to regulate food on our tables, that is unconstitutional. it is unfair. it is unlawful. it is against the laws of nature. it is accruing for itself power we never gave. >>neil: i will put you down as "not liking" this. >>judge napolitano: mildly. >>neil: i could make a point, a stretch of a point, to say in schools, maybe. but now you are in my home. >>judge napolitano: the government with like to get in our homes. petroleum did not go help to government unless you are ron paul to shrink it but to use the power to regulate human behavior. some believe they
york city, reporting from iac's headquarters. the company's well-known chairman barry diller will be joining us live with andrew from there for an hour starting at 8:00 eastern. iac closing its acquisition of ask.com just yesterday. we'll talk with doug leeds. a number of other newsmakers joining us. there are now just 40 days until the election.first debate is next week. so politics front and center. among our newsmakers this morning, do that anald trump whe phoning in at 6:30. and we have jeb bush and eric cantor will also be joining us. there are 90 days until christmas and toys "r" us is announcing it's hiring 45,000 seasonal workers. the ceo will be joining us with the details at 6:50 eastern time. plus the story everyone is talking about this morning. a botched call ending last night's game between the packers and seahawks. the season has already been marred by bad calls. and no calls from nfl replacement referees. but football fans say that last night's game could be the moment that actually makes the league get a deal done with the refs. if you went to sleep early, he
on the jewish vote and the upcoming presidential election. speakers are the former new york city mayor, ed koch, and current new york congressman, bob turner, who holds the seat formerly held by anthony wiener. this was part of an event from last weekend in new york city at the fordham university law school. >> we are here once again for the wine institute in connection with this conference dedicated to examining the 2012 presidential election and the way it is being shapedy the memory of the holocaust and politics there. we could find no two more interesting people to discuss this topic for many reasons. first, the former three term mayor of new york city, ed koch. [applause] people forget, i do not, but people forget that he started out as a congressman. the discussion we are talking about is not merely about his days as mayor, but that he too has run for congress and knows what that means in washington. i think that in his most recent vintage, you can think of him as a king maker, in fighting the jewish vote. many people think of him as a king make -- kingmaker, barometer for where the jewis
rate of any big city school system. one thing i want, i hope the whole panel will be able to address, so i have children, and you look at these numbers and they're just astonishing. you are going to earn $15 a year, and our when you're age 50 if you dropout from high school. that's if you were. there's a good chance we'll be unemployed. one at a 25 are incarcerated at why do people make these decisions and how did you get them to change them? >> it's very hard. when a child is such dropped out of school, it's a hard decision. some people think is easy. is one of the toughest decision the cable make in a lifetime. we do get to the point where they decided to give up, before jumping into saying a few things, it's about people. houston is about people. it's the greatest city in the country. my wife and i love living there. the weather does not equal that of san diego but the people are fabulous. so interesting in houston in 2007 by dropout rate was 22.5%. today, it's 11.8% number. so we cut it in half. as we did in queensboro north carolina and as we were beginning to do in san diego. i
in raleigh dur ham 72. that is room temperature. here in new york city . warmer down in portions of florida and temperatures in the mid to upper 80s and midaches in portions of texas and it will be 98 out inangelesn didn't happen over the weekend. it should be 104. >> if you love room temperature why is the studio not room temperature. >> did they generate themselves or did you type in nor. >> steve: we have a super commutor. >> gretchen: no one listened to my request. >> steve: he likes the room at 72? >> gretchen: let's jacket it up in here then. talk about governor chris christy. he went on the talk show. a lot of people have wondered where chris christy had gone as far as being on the stump. maybe he needed to be out there spice things up a bit. he did that yesterday. listen to this exchange where it seems like george stephanopilis was stunned at what governor chris christie said. >> stop lying, mr. president. governor is not talking about tax cuts for the wealthy. he the wealthiy will pay under the romney administration as today. i love those ads. president said million new manufacturi
of a traffic melt many down across the city but it never really took shape. what people in los angeles are saying this time is it's september, not july so more worried but if they weren't worried about the traffic there they'd have nothing to talk about. >> every opportunity we have to tie something to the mayan privacies, we do that. we've literally seen the pitfalls of texting while walking. especially not a good idea when you live on the edge of a 60-foot cliff. this from "the alaska dispatch," a woman is recovering from multiple injuries, there she is right there after she lost her footing apparently. she slipped on wet grass and plummeted. she apparently was trying to toss a cigarette butt but walked a little too close to the edge because she was texting at the time. so firefighters swooped down on ropes together and say she is lucky since the tide was up to her toes when they finally get to her. >> the walking, texting, smoking near the cliff. seems like a bad combination. i don't know. >> oh, my gosh. poor woman. can you imagine going over. >> juggling also. maybe the only thing
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